[CentOS-mirror] re-adding hacking and coffee mirrors

Wed Feb 3 11:01:19 UTC 2021
Fabian Arrotin <arrfab at centos.org>

On 25/01/2021 19:03, Tails Hon1nbo wrote:
> (note we had sent these previously, but after not hearing a response we
> checked the mailing list archives for mirror and mirror-announce and do
> not see them anywhere. Sending again but apologies if they do exist
> elsewhere)
> We had interruptions in non-business provisioning last year when the
> COVID-19 pandemic shut off datacentre access to assets not required for
> business operation. As such, a break in the mirror system due to an
> expired firewall exception was not tended to. This has been remedied,
> and the system was moved to a place where regardless of the pandemic the
> volunteers maintaining it can do so.
> It seems the mirror bouncer no longer lets us sync off the master, so
> we're pulling from kernel.org <http://kernel.org/> for the time being.
> Mirror information: 
>  HTTP(s): http://mirror.hackingand.coffee/centos/
> <http://mirror.hackingand.coffee/centos/>
>  RSYNC: rsync://mirror.hackingand.coffee/centos/
>  Sync schedule: Every 6 hrs
>  Bandwidth: 250Mbps (min allocation); bursts to 1 Gbps (as available on
> shared mirror system line)
>  Location: Dallas, Tx, USA
>  Sponsor: Hacking & Coffee, LLC
>  Sponsor URL: https://hackingand.coffee <https://hackingand.coffee/>
>  IPv4 address to authorize:
>  Email contact: hon1nbo+mirror at hackingand.coffee
>  Mirroring AltArch: No

Thanks !

Your mirror http://mirror.hackingand.coffee/centos/ has been added to
the mirrors DB
It will be listed as a public mirror (and on
https://mirror-status.centos.org /
https://www.centos.org/download/mirrors/ ) in the following minutes/hours.
Your IP address[es] ( has/have been added in the
ACL and so you should be able to rsync from msync.centos.org in the next

Kind Regards,

Fabian Arrotin
The CentOS Project | https://www.centos.org
gpg key: 17F3B7A1 | twitter: @arrfab